Christmas Gifts For Foodies

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Shopping For Foodies, 2013: Part 5

This year’s gift roundup skewed more toward cooks than straight-up eaters, which probably tells you something about how I mainly think about food.   (Speaking of […]

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Shopping For Foodies, 2013: Part 4

The driving force behind this series is that you don’t need to spend that much to spread serious joy to the cooks and eaters in […]

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Shopping For Foodies, 2013: Part 3

If you’re like me, you’ve spent at least some of the last week Googling “Best Cookbooks of 2013”—and then wondering if Ottolenghi, by London chef […]

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Shopping For Foodies, 2013: Part 2

City living rules out a number of cooking methods—even plain old grilling can be hard to pull off in an apartment building—but it puts the […]

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Shopping For Foodies, 2013: Part 1

It’s that giving-and-getting time of year again. The Internet is ringing with endorsements of $410 kitchen scales, crazy expensive coffee gear, and gold-plated liquor-pouring gizmos. […]

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Shopping For Foodies: Trey Popp’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 4

You catch more flies with honey than vinegar—at least that’s how the saying goes. And I’m not saying it’s wrong. But I’m pretty sure it […]

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Shopping For Foodies: Trey Popp’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 3

Your foodie friend has All-Clad. He has a Le Creuset dutch oven. He’s got a cast-iron skillet, an enameled omelet pan, and an electric slow-cooker. […]

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Shopping For Foodies: Trey Popp’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 2

So by now you’ve mail ordered your Maras and Urfa peppers, right?  Which means its time to think about dessert, and I have two words […]

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Shopping For Foodies: Trey Popp’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 1

The holidays are full of bad advice for foodies.  The New York Times Dining section made this plain on Wednesday in their gift guide, which […]